The Bedouin are part of a predominantly desert-dwelling Arabian ethnic group traditionally divided into tribes or clans. The term 'Bedouin' derives from the Arabic 'badawi' which means semiarid desert. The Saharan Bedouin people cluster encompasses numerous tribal groups scattered across the Saharan region of North Africa. Sunni Islam is practiced by all Saharan Bedouin people groups.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bedouin, Awlad Ali; Bedouin, Chaamba; Bedouin, Dui-Menia; Bedouin, Fezzan; Bedouin, Gulf; Bedouin, Kufra; Bedouin, Laguat; Bedouin, Nail; Bedouin, Riyah; Bedouin, Sanusi; Bedouin, Sidi; Bedouin, Sirtican; Bedouin, Suafa; Bedouin, Ziban; Kharga, Selima
Countries where they are found:
Algeria; Egypt; Kuwait; Libya
Unreached people groups:
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